Comedian Akbar Chaudry is a known name in the world of stand-up comedy. His mimicries always giggled on social media. Recently, he imitates in a video clip of Congress’ veteran leader Shashi Tharoor, which is loved and appreciated by the Indian leader. Shashi Tharoor Requests Pakistani Comedian Akbar Chaudhry to Mimic Imran Khan.
Why Akbar Chaudry choose Tharoor to mimic?
In the video, comedian Akbar Chaudry shows three steps to show how anyone can speak ‘Tharoor English’, and to be honest it is rib-tickling. Congress’ veteran leader Shashi Tharoor is known for his knocking knack over complex English. His unique mastery over the language often grabs the attention of fans on social media where he uses immaculate vocabulary even for explaining the simplest things.
That’s why comedian Akbar Chaudhry picks Tharoor for his mimicries that are so funny and amusing even his subjects find hysterical! Indian politician Shashi Tharoor is a fan and has a request for the Pakistani comic.
Shashi Tharoor Requests Pakistani Comedian Akbar Chaudhry to Mimic Imran Khan
It might happen the first time when Tharoor uttered a simple bunch of words. After Enjoying Chaudry’s video he has asked the comedian to perform his next skit on Prime Minister Imran Khan.
“Next one on Imran Khan please!?” he posted on Twitter.
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) February 27, 2021
Chaudhry Engaged the audience by letting Tharoor know that his hefty English entails 3 steps to blow
In the video, Chaudhry pokes fun at the politician by demonstrating how his followers too can “speak English like Shashi Tharoor”. He then validates three steps — making a milkshake out of an Oxford dictionary and drinking it, injecting one of the man’s interviews in his veins, and later crushing the pages of the dictionary and sniffing them.
— Akbar Chaudry (@AkbarChaudry) February 25, 2021
Akbar told Geo TV
“My Indian friends say my video has been circulating in WhatsApp groups in the country and giving our neighbors a couple of laughs.”
Tharoor is well known in India for his waffling English that is sometimes hypnotic for people and left them head-scratching. His Twitter is a goldmine for people wanting to learn big, often unusable, words.
Let’s see who would be the next hunt of Akbar Chaudhry…